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KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 'G. ISOO.
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J A. I'KAH.SO.S
riiysltiiin ami Surgeon,
KII.KY, : - : . KANSAS.
OOicc two il: 3rd eusl ii Mrrtniry hiiiltllnf
ATTORNEY AT LAW
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mJ ariKl"kii count-". A two do Imil. Ten
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DONT YOU " POW!
Miiitwliutitr ami 9 lel. Pii'MiOf. Mch!l?!
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vu'lil. t lajr imivUitivs reiuiv U.
"": J. LGRABB,
Optician and Jeweler
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Norlli Side' of llailioac T lie
CavtAta, ai.d Tra-1o-Markfi obtained, and all l'fc
Mit bttslucds coiiticctcd fur Modir at c Fees.
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lid u u aa u-curo patent Id 1cm Uiuc Lfc.ai tnoo
rcmotA fruin S hlujum.
buud inociut. fUuHiag or photo,, with dciip
ttoB. Wo adylite, if pateiiLtihle or not. freo oX
, ci"-ii"X. Out Ids Dot duo UU ptat Is acurcd.
A PamhIlIT, "Hot to t)biln Patent," with
cu of vtiul clitni ia juuz bUUu, couctj, gc
tewo, 4H.tu bc. Address,
Pr ht orrtcc. wbhimotm. B. C.
ZjmxCOTTS MAQA..XJs. with tt
v,irif.i md cxcelUmt com UnU, is 4,trury
tt wwi iJJ a happy tkcufht to frimt mm
mtJ Jt cacA n amber.
Ate m short ntU((t, bat a tenf storjr such
yam art used to grt im bock an J pay
frm am 4aii.tr tv 00 doUw a J a hatf for.
AW only that, tut wM cah mmnivr you. gt
mn ahunJuMct tf other comtriMtomi, -which ftvu
yom m good m ttf ktttds the ut-e.
The rimgiug ioios mhrch have hoem struck m
the fairway of papulae favor, hove raomuJed
throughout the entire laud, mmd to day L iffiu
cott'e Mafrnxiuo stamds tm the fromt rami of
omeuihly puoHcatioms, amJ is the uoost itnJeiy-
omao.Hd-tthed of pmiemtom of tts him J im tht
rW. - fr putt descriptrve circmar?, oddresi
LIPPINCO TTS MM GAZTS'B. Philadelphia.
3 00 per year. '5 gf. simple number.
The publisher of this paervMl reoerve
109 A til W. Lia'h ?r KANSAS CITT. MO.
r ontg SnectmtiKt ta Vi City uo i9 a Jteomlar
XAZ OLDEST MXt UtiGCST LOCATED.
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THE OnrAT TUHKI3H RrlDCMATIC CUa.
a. po-lti vr cr-Rp: nnEti.g-, wa-
Kucccnor to D. F. Tutum & Co., Dealer In
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
eHZMiCALS. PERFUMERY, TOJLET & FANCY ARTICLES EC
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
North aido ol '! utrvot. Klunloy, KuiianH.
The l.'mlrriilg'Tied hifs always been prepared to nptiat
Aad fa'-ilitis nri Oo better than evT. Tevotintr my vhl atttn
tion to the Imsiripsst, nnd T2-L91 ern coiintftioTi lincxwllfl. enaltlea
me to iumisii uionev at short notice to borrowers in ' '
r.AKGE AND SMALT AMOUNTS.
Y& do olir own inKpei.tlrur in rJdwarda and adjotniilflr counting, nnd yrnv h
rnonn wh'n papers are Hied. Money constantly on hand and advauctd for
L. W. IIIGPINS, Office near Edwards County Bank, KiaIey Kansas
Simgie Strap Track
The I-cather, Workmanwliir
Vie VtRV DEbT.
SATE KOXET BY BCYIXQ VIKECT.
W can sell you
Harness et from SG.OO up.
Road Carts from Se.sa up.
8END FOR OATALOOUE.
AOME KAHtrFACTTJEIIfa 00.
IOOK OUT !
For your own interests and buy your lum
For it is an undisputed fact that we have
very l;rge assortment and do not
Eo be undersold by anybody
ties for doing
Ai e such that no firm in the West, can offer
you better inducements than your
,D WARDS & ERWIH,
All kinds of hard and soft pine
Sash. Doors, Blinds, Lath, Hair, Cement,
Yard and office so nth
7th Street and Marsh Ave.
S?tcccssor to C! M. Falk, has a Ftill Line
of A'e-zv Goods, such as "
Antfeverythin gusualy kept in a store of this
kind, to be . , '
SOLD AT SMALL PROFIT.
-At yyE'ilrUey s-': al stands on Colony
Finish in ot IS . -
of Railway, Corner
THL KINSLEY GRAPHIC;
l JO per yenr in ndvytuM
OfQce Marsb Ave voutU Edwards 'o. Ilstnk.
r.Dterd t ti iotat oiHce u Kinsley mm
MCind-etKa mail mattr.
KC5RV W.tTttlfinit. ri. V .C.HV.rt.TiX.
K.(ttrs ttfi'4 l"rp.
It. is with pluasurethwt w annnnpc'
to our maay plroti! that wh Iwvi
niatUi JirranaHmnt-- with tnaX widf
fvu'atkt, iiiu-'tjtrtI fumi iiiJiarinc, 1h?
Americiin t'riner, yuliltiihe-l hL Fort
Wavr.c, 1 iittian 1. and rett by neatly
2MK)U farmeiH ly which that. cnat
titi til ii'ation will bit mailed direct,
KUEt, 10 the address o( any of ;r
sulmcriliorH who will couim in and pay
up all nrrt-(ir!Ks o: Hiihoriitti ;i ninl
one year in inlvance from dat. and t
any iifcA biilwcnbtr who will pv on
year in Hiivauce. Thin in a yiand up
poriuultv to obtain a iirHt-rJx larm
jnurnHl free. The American Faniier
is a l.rjf 10-piH j iirn:d. of naLlontil
eircidation, which ranks iiiuon the
fading ngncultnr:! papers. It treats
the rjuesitions of wonoiuy in atfrictd
Icureaudlhe riiflits arid privileges of
that vast body of citizens American
Farmers whose i.id;itry is the b-uds
of all material and national prosperit y.
Its highest pnrp-SH is the tit-ration
and ennobling of Atfnculr.uro through
the, hight-r and broader education of
men ana women njaged in irs pur
suits. The regular subscription price
of the American Farmer is Si. 00 per
year. IT COSTS YOU NOHlIXll
From any one number ideas can be ob
tained that will be worth thrive the
subscription price to you or members
of your household, yec yoi get it
fukr. Call and see sample ropy.
Sixty thousand iiushels of apples
were picked from a Kansns orchard
this year. &trucvxe Journal.
Tr.E simple act of looking down a
loaded (fun barrel enabled a Missouri
boy to step within the pearly gates, if
they were ajar Ex.
It will doubtless be in the nature of
a' surprise to a good many eople to
leain tiat Kansas produced 1,700 bales
of cotton this :u lola lieylater
"How soon lire the wicked brought
to justice, remarked a fellow in To
eka after spending an half hour read
ing a Tupeku paper he had stolen.
A California ranchr has a live
condor on liis hands, Knd condor coui-
lels him to say that he does not know
what to do with it, Ottana lirpubli-
m If Wicgii.s' prediction of a cholera
epidemic next summer is no more re
liable that his weather prophesies there
need be no precipitous rush for higher
Kansas farmers who, because Hie
vulueof their laud is somewhat depress
ed just now, dispose of them for a soiij,
will live long enough so regret it deep
ly. Council Grove lie publican.
Toe United Stales senate could not
d a more popular thin; than to take
up and pass Senator C idioms' bill for
one cent letter postage. This is one
of the few things that everybody fav
ors. Minneapolis Commercial.
Thic twentieth annual meeting of
th state board of agriculture will be
held in Topcka, on January 14th.
This board is very beneficial o the
far to 6 rs of Kansas, and will in all
probability be raore largely attended
this year than ever before.
Robert Hay of Junction City, hva
discovered twenty-four, different spel
lings of the name of our state, name
ly: Kanzas, Caticeaa, Cansez Kansez,
Ac sis i aa, Canzas, Canzes7OkattU.Kaii
sies. Causes, Canzon, 4CA)9, Kanses,
Konza, KoiiZiis Kasas, Kanzau, Kau
r ne, Kansaws, Kaws, Kaw, Canzan:
Ax exchange tells of a man who
wrote to the; editor that he might
stop his paper, and in giving his reas
ons, said: I think folks ottaa spend
thair wunny fur paper, my daddy
didu't and everybody said he was the
tiiietligentea man m ttte country and
had the smartest loia that ever dog
ged taters." Trog Time.
Sex ATO&XsA.Lfcs S4ems to be ajfraid
to meet eves his follow townsmen. He
has beeu in Atchinson two days, but
has not been seen ou tneBtrects. Time
was when it took him several hours to
get from the depot to his Louse, and
he was the center of attraction and
was glad to show himself to his fellow
men. Now all is changed. Ex.
Sue 'cx, the 'ew York Italian who
completed Saturday a fust of fort -live
days, has suggested a means of relief
for Kansas .and .oilier sn&erers.:
Forty-nv days of randrial retrench
ment would earrytUem into February
when the preseut hard Umfes will prob
ably be a matter of Lii4tory.---Jxrro.
Republican.' - ...
;PniDSNriHAKhi:: felt .Uie ;full
forue vt the'-ijid .attuge .nboqt iglas
rmuMH Monday.-. M nad.i.rfed . -I
great democratic vuiiy ami feuator
Vorbeea ptcketl it iu, U'tiled to it-. Uie
block-of-five mud, tho West Virginia
nud Indiana colmizntion luiro mid
other Hlime ami hurled it Inudc will.
Murk fmce timt the whole front of Uie
ie;niblittin t;laB house was aTiatteved.
It is claimed that an eastern chem
ist has discovered a process of making
soap from corn. The discavey has ex
cited considerable attention and prom
ises not iHiIy to give a new com mar
ket but to revolutionize the art of soap
making.. The soap made from com is
suid to bo absolutely pure and better
than the finest toilet soaps now made.
It mi.l have rattled the managing
elit-u- of the Kansas City Giw quite a
little tv le licked by u.Jmnml reporter.
The nejet dav after tho ocruraii.ee the
Glvte announced that -John A. "Mar
liw, ex-noeruor of Kansas aiid ona of
the republican wheel horses of that
state, was registered at the Union
Drpot hotej clerday. Hutchinson
W'ASHiNfiToN, 1. C, Iec. 22, 1890.
Senator J.uldock who, like some of
the other republican senators from the
northwest, has a mind of his own as
to how he shall vote, and who values
the interests of his constituents above
caucus degrees, gava Mr. Hariison- a
bad turn when that gentleman at
tempted to bull-doze the doughty Neb
raska n into voting for the force bill, by
telling him plainly that he was very
decidedly nposed to the measure and
would certainly vote against It. Mr.
Harrison then made an ineffectual ef
fort to get Mr. Paddock to promise
that he would absent himself when the
vte was t uken.
' As a last resort to gt tho republi
can senators into lino Mr. Harrison ia
said to have stated to several of them
that he would consider the defeat of
the force bill an intimation that they
did not wish him to be a candidate for
a renominatioii in 't2. That is a very
dangerous argument for Mr. Hariison
to use, and it will probably result in
making more votes a ;ainst the TO j 11
than in its favor, for it is doubtful
whether there is a half-a-dozen repub
lican senators Trim are sincerely in
favor of giving Mr. Harrison another
The rumor is again current here, and
generaly believed to be true, that Mr.
Harrison has fully mvlo up his mind
that Comraidsionor Ituum is a heavier
load than ho cares to carry, llo will
ak for Kau tns resignation, it is said,
as soon as the houue committee, which
is pretending to investigate the pension
office, makes its report, which will
probably not be until after the Holi
days. Representative l'ierce, of Tonns33&e
a member of the farmers' al)iance,has
introduced in the house a resolution
instructing the committee on ways and
means to report the sub-treasury bill
not later than Monday, January 5 and i
fixing the following Monday for its con-
Representative Mills has introduced
a resolution providing for a recess from
December 22, to January 5, and it has
been referred to the committee on ways
and uieaiiSt It is not belioved that
the republicans will agree to such a
leughty recess, in fact a senatoiial
caucus said there would be nono.
Representative Wilson, of Washing
ton, who took part in one of the no
torious slugging matches on the floor
of the Itouse at the hist session came
very near to having another one -with
Representative Milliken, of Maine.
whotn he accused of having "turned
down' his bill for a public building at
Spokane Falls. Milliken called him
a liar and Wilson started for him in
regular pugilistic attitude when a
friend grabbed him and Mr. Milliken
mv.de a TlasSy exit from the speaker's
lobby, where they had met. There
may be more of it, as Wilson is known
among his friends as a fighters
A joint congress iooal committee will
undertake next week to make some of
the gentlemen concerned tell some
thing about the buyer of American
industries by foreign syndicates. If
UieyW tin what they know it would
be -mterewtin g.
Mr. Wannamaker has aticceeded in
getting the house committer on pot-
ottlcea t report a resolaliim to the
house setting aside January Cthfortlie
consideration of the postal Telegraph
bill, lle dcxeirt seem to be worrying
any to get a one cent letter poatag
The, JJationaT Citizens Alliance,
wtiKlv is iutenjtd to be twin brother
to the farmers' alliance, is to liave
heal rmexters nud a newspaper in this
Enelish SpaTiQ Lam ment remove
ba;d. soft or ealloa lumps and ,
ail blemishes from horses. blooUsp.vm!
uxb., . stdinia. tjweener, ri!K-boDe '
sute. t'.iti rf't":1
."l b,v ,"f 1a
Canw tal Botmrd of A. pri culture.
The twentietli annual meeting of
the Kansas state board of agriculture
convenes in Topetia on Weiue.sday
January 14th, at 4 o'clock p. m. and
will ccutinue in session three days.
This annual gathering of the farm
ers of Kaunas and of represertatives
of our agricultural college and of the
state university, is attracting mure
ami more attention erujh ear:
The high order and practic charac
ter of the papers read and discussed
have awakened an intercut among
farmer, and tugltt thorn the i to inst
ance tf tii csv needing-:. A n increased
atteiuta:ictr isexptctl this year, with
an indexed inteut in the woik
J-r. Taiil l'arptin, state vcteriuarisu
off Missouri, vim ranks among tlie
foremost in his pridVs'ion w ill be
present and addrts tin meeting on
Kla-k ixjg.' Hog Cholera" w ill
hIh be dtsvaissed.
l'lenidtnt Geo. T. K iirchild, I'll fes
?cr C. Ci. Georgesou and J. - IK '.Tal
lers, of the agricultural college, will
t5 n the program, antl w ill he pres
ent throughout the" liieet'iig to partici
pate in the exercises.
Chancellor 1 II. Snow, f the state
uuiveibitv. will give a full re,xrt of the
results tf his exiteriments for tho ex
termination of cl.iucli-L'u'gs. Prof.
Uolrt liny, F. G. 8. A., and Judge
J. W. Gregory, field agent ai tesian
wells investigation, with others, will
fully and thoroughly discuss the ques
tion of irrigation in Western Kansas.
In addition to these representative
farmers from different tuitions of the
state will appear ou the program, and
topics of interest, covering the general
lield of agricultur, 'a ill be thorough
Reduced, probably half, rates wiil
be secured over the railroads of Kan
sas. Programs will be distributed two
weeks before the meeting.
In connection with the annual meet
ing of the board, the improved ttock
brecriers of Kansas are called to meet
on the same day. They witl meet at
10 o'clock a.m., the morning of the
The object of this meeting is to or
ganise a Kansas improved stock-breeders'
association. A program will be
It is hoppil that this meeting will
also be well attended by those who are
engaged in breeding tine stock.
I trust that all who can will avail
ihetnselves of this opportunity to add
to their resources of knowledge and to
recoive a fresh supply of euthusiarm
rod of ambition to excel which can
aoine only through the intermingling
cocether of those engaged in the same
tcalliug in life. M. Mohlkii,
Cattle are iLcepiug in e reliant
condition this winter.
Fall grain ns needing xain badly,
and farmers are becjmiug alarmed
Leonard Clark-our w rt!iy school
teacher is goLting along very nicely
with his largo school in district num
Roys for Que boot or shoe m tlrfug
come up in Jacksoti one mile from no
where and h ive them in ids to o'der
by W. Hoover.
Our worthy cihstable Will West
phal is sinking a well on his homestead.
He is also contemplating building a
Coyotes aro very numerous in this
section of the country. Often in the
morning you can hear them siuj three
cheers for G rover in '92.
Some of the young men of Jackson
would like to know wheather or not
the farmers alliance when in power
could ship in a carload of good looking
lassies at wholesale prices. It would
make a boom for Jackson
Last Friday Mr. roitir one of
Jackson's best farmers received notice
from a mortgage company to leave his
home in five days. It was the result
of the Kinsley packinghouse comp uty
swindle. Mr. Rjiter say he did not
understand their cou tract that ho
signed for t iey did not read it nil tj
him. At tho time he had a m n t'ae
of $'100 ou his property. . They a jtid
to'phy this and give him $400 in tnm:ey
arid $1,500 in p.ick'uu? louse atozk.
This contract is the one b' agreo-,1 to
sign if they built as they claimel, but
it appears he must of si goo I them a
deed unaware of whst he was doing.
The scheme was worked by two 6f
Kinsley's leading republicans.
It is aaitl that re man would never
get gray or wrinkled if he never would
get mad. They can say almost any-
tfctnff ou such a hypothesis as any fel
low who would do that way would tic'
translated before lie was Jiatf oi'd
enough to be gray or wrinkled. An
gels are not so plentiful that one could
be let roam over this f out-stool. Hutch
Tub republican senators are' very
much like tbe bd! boy who wanted to
climb over the fence and '-eternally
lick the neighbor's lxy, but , was
Afraid of a big boy in the vicinity. In
this cue Senator Plumb is at present
enacting tlie role of the big loy. Heitce
the cloture resolution and the financial
bill are hung tip' and will remain so in
I tcli, mange and scratches of every
kind, nit. liiiuinn' or animsls, cured in
30 minute by .'ool fold's Sanitary
Iition. This never fails. Sold bv
Tat cm & Co. -
1HO acred of land foir ami oiie hlf :
miles froni Kiiialey. Fifty Meres i;nder !
cmiivaAion. largo io.se, wiuumin etc
Good ranae for sto k.
Emiuire at this lj x or of Georse S.
' : " 1
-B ham. at frt.r-a H-
Cttciicr w. c. T. V.
MtMltinjr will b?lJ on Th u ' ny afnr
inHn of en-b wi-ek nt Ib riJtn'e t IZr.
Vilner. bt:jtuDliitf prumpLly at S rclock.
First TueirtT; .. ftfbf Itf wl m
SfX'oihl Tiu :ay rtuntiicoit tin
I hlrU To.Ur Mother' Mifi
F'Hirh Tuesday . Kcpusive Iti'firiiut;
l-'Ucb 'iut'iUiu Litcrftty
A gentltftniaii Writing t the Inter
Ocon niakss the same charge against
the Pullman car "saloon the W. C.
T. V. hrs so often made: Ainoiig
the many annoyances t f traveling iu a
Pullman car none is worse to bear
than the aaloo:i. Last year. I took
a trip to Catifiuia and bi'tk by way
of TaLumaand St. Paul. The through
cany liquor and it is sold and drauk
to intoAticntion, and what with the
noise, piof unity and gaming, I deter
mined never to r.pond any more money
to secure a sleeping lerUi when the
porter is. ttira'o'o to sic irs q-iiet. It
was my fnisfortuue to be located near
to the atuterootn' which was occupied
by a quarto! Tf drinking and card-play
ing, sweariug fellows (one an editor of
a Minneapolis daily.) and twice did 1
call for the porter asking him to stop
their noisy, Loisterous conduct, but he
said he could not.'
A country union in Ohio has exhib
ited an i n usual ainmint of grace, grit
and gumption W. C. T. C character
istics. It is a farming community,
where there is no town except the
"church, school-house and blacksmith
shop" at the cro-ys-roads. It held its
meetings iu thecluircb every two weeks
and once a monli they "ataid to sup
per, and had exercises in the evening
charging ten cents for supper and eve
ning entertainment. After awhile a
non-partisan breeze blew over that
way, and caused the church to bo clos
ed against the temperance meetings.
They were then transferred to the
school house, but the same influence
soon closed it. What did this irre
pressible union do but arise and build
not a thirteen story, but a very com
fortable hall which is now all paid for,
and they have bigger meetings than
ever, with noi.e to molest cr make them
One great troulrfe aWmt enforcing
the prohibitoi y law iu Kansas has
been that so many men convicted un
der its provisions have been pardoned
by the governor. This has ocasioiied
much complaint, and t!:e blame has
all been laid at his door. Investiga
tion proves that petitions for pardon
are signed by very ninny men who
ought to know better. The W. C. T.
Unsecured he passage of a l.-.w lequh-
ingthepublicutionof such petitions with
signatures in county papers, with an
opportunity Rf protest. This will put
Stop f o rock less signing of jeti-
tions because "some one asks yo.:
George Khret, the colehrated brew
er of New York City, is tho owner of
chattel mortgages on over 200 beer
saloons, valued at 24,OO0.
They suy'-said a reclaimed drink
'we make teetot:ilitu -ur religion;
ljut we don't. 1 mix them together
and they ajreo very well. I know if
I lose my grace I shall take to drink
ing, and if I take to drinkinj I shall
lose my grace, so I keep thuiu t.
gether. A criminal, previous fo execution.
said, "If any of you.ever take a glass
of whiskey, before you put it to jour
Hps, thiiik of me, with this rojre ru lay
hand, and theh look into the bottom
of the g)a-4S-aiid see if you can't see
a rope there. This is all I have to
There is a significant paragraph in
the account given in a daily pa iter of
inunte-r in a Chicago, last Suuday
amritingv ;, - '
Hathaway was considered a genial
sort of a man. but wlien under the in
rlnence of liquor he would frepietitly
draw his revolver and threaten to kill
every one in sight. "When drunk lie-i
was known t-V I s a cowardly fellow
and on these occasions- his revolver
would be taken away from hitn. Wtien
sober his weapon would t e given back
to him, as lie appeared iHMiiteni ami
would- aiKjloo-ize for what he had due
the previous da jr. t- . ..
In other words, drink change a
man usiatlly fc-geniar t a wihi beast,
lias not this often been, shown stn lc
true? And it h necss:ir5' to keep
term with a traffic w hose . legitimate
fruits are thus uiadnefta and murder.
You mr& in a Bid F x-
JJ.it we w ill cure you if yon will pa t.
us. tor i.etsaA i to tho Weak, Ner
vous a ml liebilitated, who. bv early
Evil Habtfs. -r Lr rndiscretlons,
have triffed away their vigor of -fiody.
Mind nud Manhood, and who suuVr all
those effects vhien lead to l'remtnr4
' lK-ty. for-fcumplioa or Insanity. If
j this ntean you, send for and read our
itMK of LFJ2. w ritten by the great-
et Spe-iahst of 4h- day, and sent.
Mexucai aun .nrgicai , inii.tui-, idj
i Xorthfet., 2ajdivilie. Tenn.
",',... . , .lo'.iJ i.i.l t ri.i-.l.'. ..;
L Pure lari t Carter meat market , - ""-l '-".and at rii..n,. i.
. t 0--ltt. M n L'.' r ; i . v rtl n: -
Special sale.f hildrens hats for f . . ', " '
th. luixt ten d ivs at ilis.es Colhor ' A ' ' f-" S' -'
I II AiST HI !-. .
' t YK IliONCI.AU.l
Itoms are scarce.
Reau' if'ul .weather.
No Miliiics to speak of.
XMas present are getting.rlne.
We need rain !m our business.
No mat ri ages or deaths Ihia.weefc.
I miss the gushing ioliUciiu.
Wlirre has ho gone?
1- lifve'.-it In a ye-u-s su.scriplkt jt
the GitAniK", and give it to a de r
The friends nie iholfling a rie
of , rj'.racted mcctina tit our school
Ki W.tiiatldc'.; hunters JiaVe' rt In
serted us coyote hunters are setting
their wor'-c iu. . ii .
1 he Kansas blizzar'l will 1 rip
about Jr.f-. y 8, 191. (Cut this out
and imste-44 in your hat.)
- If you should have tho change . to
spare pt y up your last " ear's 'subscrip
tion, and renew for another year ton h
llroa. Hcrsley, lienningfteld, Cv
enaugh and Richardson visited .Wild
Horse alliance last .Wednesday even
ing. Aa an orator Rro. RkHnTrdsoii
gottheie in great shape. Soim-horr
or-other the alliance continues at the
old jetarwfv i Two inoro were added ,to
. ur number, on tlie above occasion.1
Agitate, organise and educate if yo
would learn sense. '
The New Dictionary. The answer
of the puMishcrs of Webster's Vnab-"
ridged Dictionary to tile-attempt of
pirates to steal their lhtiudfir by issue-,
iug cheap phototyjte reproductions of'
the antiquated edition of 1847, is" the
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Duration of this new book beforelsKiie-'
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Tlie firm known iu Iirown A Mistier,
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! 1...- .i : 1 , .
nui u wnvcti niciHjiip iij inucttai
cmisoiit thin tlie 10th day of December,
IsflO. l h.e biisiaeii, will 1 tnntinOo"
by Mr. Misner lu 14 auiiiniizeiT ior
collect ull ncro uits unci reriejit foi
xams, u:ul liu iixsumiji . all iiulebtett
ness of SKid linn. (Ji . en junior our
lumd this istli clay of December, 1-U.
( Hannah '. I1a.ox.
( liUiiUUB D. iilSNKK.
HOLIDAY TBiVIi. -
A lioIMuy excursion ticket rouknami '
aiii iate ln intitiaii pienent. I til.,
liny tii.K htm kin nuil Huit any
" .. . to
'lie f.iv.niie unta Iu route Iimn
ni.nle very low. rules from this plnrs
to points on A. T. & S. F. It It. with-
in it distance cf 2oj miles, for' litilidny
busiiici.1. , - - .. .
7iekiL.4 on ;ale Iece ul er 24, 2", ;
and 31, and January 1, good untd,
January -j, leturnin. . , ' "
. full on local agent A. T. & S. K. It.
fl. for iai lii-ulars. l-l-'.ul
I-iura Harden, tlio beautiful and.
ac-c.nuplintcj reader, is with the S. t .
V . C.
sausage at ' Carter's
1 - v -. . t
Swnre l"art;niis in
.Tt 5fnt. tingerlaiids.
iow'-rflr rfearsroris to f aliforti(
were ftrst. .AtttoliHlrert lirtbe harita K
liouie. TKrse exourriim d&ve bri '
animMfiiltv run over this Him, f '
vears. fn:t haVH l-n maiiMed livv. J .
knowtr oiriNide xriiisioii HtrHifii
rsinee .famiary. I88il. the HXifn r"r
Phmv have n rumiin- pcihI
frnia exi-iirsMMiM prt -, entlirt - V'
tin rt einpt atv iTigatfed .r i . k
Tor thin ar.rk. 'J'ht-v vi!l coifm -tin-
arrang-eim nt t he einraioo .
Kansas 4 'iy ever' KrSd;v evenii
1 he ttckiH filter kV the rtridWr aeci 1
claart rates. I'liliinan Tourist SleenJ r '
ar. w it li h1 I he wt,rui, are f ur-
, imini if I I nr rlr t Sr..fl p, f tOIt 1
herth.'Knsa! City to California poir
a T.nerietxiirioii ure peraonally h
t the rate if p r tool le
a:;etel. and every cou. fort nnil eone
Ifiw'P of t ravrl are gTiarauteifl t'l m
hers Af these prlteB. 'I who e
template a trip to fl.e Paclth: I'n
and Uhh to aave fxpnsA. Khmild
Monr. themnelveK regarding Uieeex-
sions. Fttr folder cout.-iinifi7 l ull pai
tularn. date; r.-ili-n. ettf.. Mihlren..
Uto. T. NituiioN. V. jt'.'T .
A. T. & S. F. It.
Tweatv doii-trs u ill bay
cart at Ho! tew it z.
( St.imiiina naatly dou iu all ki
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